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Zhurbenko M.P. (2023): Contributions to the knowledge of lichenicolous fungi growing on Pannariaceae, including four new species and an identification key - Herzogia, 36(1): 131–160

Four species of lichenicolous fungi are described as new to science: Capronia marginalis (on Psoroma pallidum), with large perithecia, up to 250 μm diam., short and inconspicuous setae, a hemiamyloid hymenial gel, and light greyish orange, (0 –)3-septate ascospores with rather acute ends; Cladophialophora novozhilovii (on Psoroma hypnorum), with loose, light grey sporodochia, up to 530 μm diam., and light grey-brown, often slightly angular, 0(–1)-septate conidia; Lichenochora alaskana (on … EndNote Read more... 

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Mouedden R., Ayache A., Khedim R., Motiejūnaitė J. & Ayad N. (2023): Records of new and overlooked lichens from the Saïda province (Western Algeria) - Herzogia, 36(1): 72–83

Eighty five lichens are reported for the first time from Doui-Thabet forest, Saïda province, Algeria, four of them (Acarospora aeginaica, Acarospora calcivora, Acarospora pitardii, Acarospora xanthophana) are new to Algeria. Of them Acarospora aeginaica is reported for the first time to north Africa. Ten of the recorded species are protected under the Algerian endangered species legislation. For all newly recorded species descriptions of morphology, anatomy, ecology and distribution are provided. Keywords: … EndNote Read more... 

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Knudsen K., van Zon S., Tsurykau A., Kocourková J., Hodková E., Huereca A. & Malíček J. (2023): Sarcogyne (Acarosporaceae) on calcareous rock in Europe and North America - Herzogia, 36(1): 52–71

Sarcogyne pruinosa and S. regularis are revised and lectotypes selected. Sarcogyne pruinosa is recognized as oldest name for the species and S. regularis as a synonym. The description of the species is revised. Sarcogyne pruinosa does not occur in North America. Two new species are described, Sarcogyne nimisii from Italy and Sarcogyne belarusensis from Belarus, Germany and Italy. Sarcogyne platycarpoides is lectotypified and S. melaniza is recognized as its synonym. New records are reported of … EndNote Read more... 

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Neumann P., Brackel W. v., Dolnik C., Cezanne R., Eichler M., Schiefelbein U. & Schultz M. (2023): Additional records of lichenised and lichenicolous fungi from Schleswig-Holstein and Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania - Herzogia, 36(1): 29–51

Records of a total of 91 taxa are reported, among these 51 lichens, 39 lichenicolous fungi and one lichen-allied fungus. Diplotomma parasiticum, Inoderma subabietinum, Lepraria sylvicola, Lichenochora aprica, L. collematum, Lichenoconium aeruginosum, Rhagadostoma collematum and Taeniolella trapeliopseos are new to Germany. Bactrospora corticola, Calicium notarisii and Lecidea diducens, thought to be lost throughout Germany, were rediscovered. Arthonia mediella, Micarea tomentosa, Parmotrema pseudoreticulatum … EndNote Read more... 

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Weber L., Arup U. & Schiefelbein U. (2023): Lecanora sublivescens, a little-known lichen species in Germany - Herzogia, 36(1): 12–28

New records of the lichenized fungus Lecanora sublivescens are reported from northern Germany. Here the species was previously known from four, mainly historical, localities and is considered highly endangered. Because of its variability and similarity to other Lecanora species it might however also be underreported. We present an analysis of the taxon’s phylogenetic position within Lecanora sensu lato as well as a detailed description of its morphology, ecology and geographic distribution. Key … EndNote Read more... 

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Wagner H.-G. unter Mithilfe von Eichler M., Cezanne R., Raabe U., Schmidt C., Jagel A., Wirth V., Lumbsch H.T., Schumm F., Stapper N. et al. (2023): Im Gedenken an Dieter Gregor Zimmermann (1942–2022) - Herzogia, 36(1): 5–11

[in German], a tribute to Gregor Zimmermann; necrolog; bibliography EndNote Read more... 

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Prieto M., Montané N., Aragón G., Martínez I. & Rodríguez-Arribas C. (2023): Cyanobacterial variability in lichen cephalodia - Journal of Fungi, 9(8): 826 [11 p.]

The ecological success of lichens is related to both myco- and photobionts which condition the physiological limits of the lichen symbioses and thus affect their ecological niches and geographic ranges. A particular type of lichen, called cephalolichen, is characterized by housing both green algal and cyanobacterial symbionts—the latter is restricted to special structures called cephalodia. In this type of lichen, questions related to specialization within species or within individuals are still … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Li L., Zhang Y. & Printzen C. (2023): Phylogeny, morphology and chemistry reveal two new multispored species in the Lecanora subfusca group (Lecanoraceae, Ascomycota) - MycoKeys, 99: 25–43

Two new multispored species from China, Lecanora anhuiensis Li J. Li & Printzen, sp. nov. and Lecanora pseudojaponica Li J. Li & Printzen, sp. nov. are described and illustrated here, based on morphological, chemical and molecular evidence. Lecanora anhuiensis is characterised by an epruinose, yellowish-brown to deep brown apothecial disc, an epihymenium with fine crystals, an amphithecium with small crystals, 16-spored asci and the presence of zeorin, in addition to atranorin. Lecanora … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Jung P., Werner L., Briegel-Williams L., Emrich D. & Lakatos M. (2023): Roccellinastrum, Cenozosia and Heterodermia: Ecology and phylogeny of fog lichens and their photobionts from the coastal Atacama Desert - MycoKeys, 98: 317–348

Some deserts on Earth such as the Namib or the Atacama are influenced by fog which can lead to the formation of local fog oases - unique environments hosting a great diversity of specialized plants and lichens. Lichens of the genera Ramalina, Niebla or Heterodermia have taxonomically been investigated from fog oases around the globe but not from the Atacama Desert, one of the oldest and driest deserts. Conditioned by its topography and the presence of orographic fog, the National Park Pan de Azúcar … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Biting L., Shouyu G., Mamuti Reyimu & Xinli W. (2023): Four Species of Lichen Genera Lecanora and Cladonia New to China - Journal of Tropical and Subtropical Botany, 31(4): 573-584

Based on combined morphological and chemical data with phylogenetic analysis using nrDNA ITS sequences, four species in the lichenized genus Lecanora Ach. and Cladonia P. Browne., including L. layana Lendemer, L. baekdudaeganensis B. G. Lee & Hur, L. pseudargentata Lumbsch and C. caespiticia (Pers.) P. Gaertn., B. Mey & Scherb. from Dabie Mountains, are reported as new record to China. The taxonomic characteristics of these species are described in detail and compared with similar species, and the … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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